So this is how the Google Glass works

by Gareth Mankoo

Martin Missfeldt revealed an informative infographic, detailing the functions of the Google Glass Project. The infographic reveals a revolutionary design which employs a mini-projector to display images on the main prism display. The image data is then projected to create visuals that are similar to an augmented reality scenario. The projected images land on a semi-transparent prism, which displays information with sharpness and clarity, thanks to its proximity to the retina. Users can adjust the focus by moving the unit closer or further away from the eye. This means that the Google Glass will have to be worn outside regular user spectacles. This could leave folks looking hideous and almost fly-like.

The revolution that the Google Glass Project has inspired is nothing short of awe-inspiring. It goes without saying that it has generated enough rebuke over time but then the opportunities that it shall open up are much awaited. This little analysis helps us learn so much more about the depth of everything un-glass in the project.

Whatever your opinion is on Google Glass, there is no doubt that it is quite a piece of hardware. Check out the infographic below for a close look at how the game changing glasses operate.

[Via – Intomobile]

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